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1  And there his book knowledge stopped.
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2  Always fiddling with the piano or sticking their heads in a book.
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3  "I suppose you understand him like a book," said Rhett maliciously.
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4  I'll look at his account book now, she thought and, picking up the lamp, she went into the front of the store.
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5  While he entertained the liveliest respect for those who had more book learning than he, he never felt his own lack.
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6  He can't no more keep a plow straight in a furrow than little Beau can, and what he don't know about makin things grow would fill a book.
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7  He still liked her tremendously and respected her for her cool good breeding, her book learning and all the sterling qualities she possessed.
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8  Ellen arranged her skirts and sank to the floor on her knees, laying the open prayer book on the table before her and clasping her hands upon it.
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9  When Ashley came to the part of the prayers concerning the souls in Purgatory, which Carreen had marked for him to read, he abruptly closed the book.
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10  It was she who objected to the neighboring Protestant preachers and gave the matter into Ashley's hands, marking passages in her book for him to read.
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11  Prompted by Mammy's hoarse whisper, Jack set his fly-brush in the corner and removed the dishes, while Mammy fumbled in the sideboard drawer for Ellen's worn prayer book.
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12  Mrs. Meade was looking down into her lap and she did not raise her head when her name was called, but the face of little Phil beside her was an open book that all might read.
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13  She sat quite still, with the heavy book across her lap, her mouth a little open with surprise, thinking that during the lean months at Tara she had done a man's work and done it well.
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14  Candy and flowers, dear," Ellen had said time and again, "and perhaps a book of poetry or an album or a small bottle of Florida water are the only things a lady may accept from a gentleman.
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15  She felt better when he was gone, for his disapproval annoyed her, and she settled herself in a split-bottomed chair by the roaring stove, tucked one foot under her and spread the book across her lap.
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16  But Carreen, deeper and deeper immersed in her prayer book and every day losing more of her touch with the world of realities, treated Will as gently as a brother and took him as much for granted as she did Pork.
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17  Stuart and Brent considered their latest expulsion a fine joke, and Scarlett, who had not willingly opened a book since leaving the Fayetteville Female Academy the year before, thought it just as amusing as they did.
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